🩺 Many minor ailments and long-term health conditions can be dealt with very easily at home and this reduces the stress to your pet.

🩺 In more severe cases, we can provide an assessment and first aid at home and assist you with transporting your pet to a suitable hospital for ongoing treatment if needed.

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Ailments which may be able to be treated at home


💊 I carry commonly-used medication in stock.  Other medication can then be obtained from a bricks-and-mortar veterinary practice, or (usually cheaper) from an online pharmacy.

Follow-up consultations are chargeable at a reduced rate.

For cost information, please see the price list.

Ailments which require a veterinary clinic visit

🚑 If your pet has any of the following signs, they will need to be seen at a veterinary clinic as soon as possible.  Visit our emergency page for details of our recommended clinic.

  • Ingestion of toxic substance (e.g. chocolate, rat/mouse poison, raisins, human medications)
  • Recurrent seizures or a single seizure lasting more than 3-5 minutes
  • Severe, profuse bleeding – pressure should be applied to any wound for 2 minutes.  The wound should then be covered with a dressing if possible and the animal taken to your veterinary surgery immediately.
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Severe trauma
  • Severe bloody diarrhoea
  • Severe vomiting
  • Sudden onset bloating of abdomen
  • Paralysis of limbs